Biopower Market, Update 2019 – Global Market Size, Average Cost, Major Feedstock, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis to 2030

“Biopower Market, Update 2019 – Global Market Size, Average Cost, Major Feedstock, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis to 2030” is the latest market analysis report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offers comprehensive information and understanding of the biopower market. The report provides a clear overview of and detailed insight into the global biopower market. It explains the key drivers and challenges affecting the market and provides data covering historic and forecast market size, average capital cost, installed capacity and generation globally, and in twelve key biopower markets - The US, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Thailand, Republic of Korea, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Finland, and UK.

The report uses data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope

The report includes:

Market study at global level and for twelve key countries The US, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Thailand, Republic of Korea, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Finland, and UK.

Coverage of the key growth drivers and challenges related to each country’s biopower market, and the market’s influence on the environment and the country’s economy

Historic (2006–2018) and forecast data (2019–2030) for cumulative and annual installed biopower capacity

Average capital cost and market size for the 2010–2017 period, and forecast for the 2019–30 period.

Feedstock availability and potential; cumulative capacity segmentation by feedstock type; and a list of major operational biopower plants for each of the twelve key countries.

Market drivers and restraints for each of the twelve key countries.

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Companies mentioned

General Electric

Cornes & Company

The Korea Electric Power Corporation

Vantaan Energia

Low Carbon Contracts Company

General Electric

Cornes & Company

The Korea Electric Power Corporation

Vantaan Energia

Low Carbon Contracts Company

Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2. Executive Summary

2.1. China’s Capacity Addition Plan to Contribute Majorly to Global ...

1. Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2. Executive Summary

2.1. China’s Capacity Addition Plan to Contribute Majorly to Global Capacity

2.2. Japan and Republic of Korea will have Increased Capacities but a Feedstock Crunch

2.3. Asia-Pacific to Take Over Europe as the Largest Biopower Market

3. Introduction

3.1. Biopower overview

3.2. Biopower Feedstock

3.2.1. Energy Crops

3.2.2. Agricultural Residue

3.2.3. Forest Residue

3.2.4. Animal Waste

3.3. Biopower Market, Feedstock Conversion Processes

3.3.1. Direct Combustion

3.3.1.1. Co-firing

3.3.2. Thermochemical processes

3.3.2.1. Pyrolysis

3.3.2.2. Gasification

3.3.2.3. Catalytic Liquefaction

3.3.3. Biochemical Processes

3.3.3.1. Anaerobic Digestion

3.3.3.2. Methane Production in Landfill

3.4. GlobalData Report Guidance

4. Biopower Market, Global

4.1. Biopower Market, Global, Overview

4.2. Biopower Market, Global, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

4.3. Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region, 2006–2030

4.4. Biopower Market, Global, Annual Capacity Addition by Region, 2006–2030

4.5. Biopower Market, Global, Generation, 2006–2030

4.6. Biopower Market, Global, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

4.7. Biopower Market, Global, Key Drivers

4.8. Biopower Market, Global, Key Restraints

5. Biopower Market, US

5.1. Biopower Market, US, Overview

5.2. Biopower Market, US, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

5.3. Biopower Market, US, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

5.4. Biopower Market, US, Generation, 2006–2030

5.5. Biopower Market, US, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

5.6. Biopower Market, US, Feedstock Analysis

5.7. Biopower Market, US, Major Plants

5.8. Biopower Market, US, Key Drivers

5.8.1. Abundant agricultural and forest biomass supply

5.8.2. Good roadways, transport infrastructure, and agricultural mechanization

5.8.3. Corporate and institutional commitments

5.9. Biopower Market, US, Key Restraints

5.9.1. Restrictions on the use of feedstocks in certain states

5.9.2. Studying the unintended environmental consequences of feedstock production

5.9.3. Competition from biofuels for the same feedstock

6. Biopower Market, Brazil

6.1. Biopower Market, Brazil, Overview

6.2. Biopower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

6.3. Biopower Market, Brazil, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

6.4. Biopower Market, Brazil, Generation, 2006–2030

6.5. Biopower Market, Brazil, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

6.6. Biopower Market, Brazil, Feedstock Analysis

6.7. Biopower Market, Brazil, Major Plants

6.8. Biopower Market, Brazil, Key Drivers

6.8.1. Abundant biomass residue from sugar, alcohol, and cachaça

6.8.2. Abundant residue from paper manufacture

6.8.3. Auction mechanism introduced to incentivize biopower based on market conditions

6.8.4. Research centers and big international players’ presence ensure continued success of the industry

6.8.5. Brazil’s nationally determined contributions at the COP 21 convention imply strong support for biopower

6.9. Biopower Market, Brazil, Key Restraints

6.9.1. Lower efficiencies of feedstock from small-scale sugar plants

6.9.2. Lack of regulatory standards for feedstock may lead to fluctuating generation

6.9.3. Lack of good road and rail networks to slow down feedstock movement

7. Biopower Market, China

7.1. Biopower Market, China, Overview

7.2. Biopower Market, China, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

7.3. Biopower Market, China, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

7.4. Biopower Market, China, Generation, 2006–2030

7.5. Biopower Market, China, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

7.6. Biopower Market, China, Feedstock Analysis

7.7. Biopower Market, China, Major Plants

7.8. Biopower Market, China, Key Drivers

7.8.1. Abundant and diverse biomass availability

7.8.2. China’s ambitious 30 GW biopower target

7.8.3. Lower equipment cost

7.9. Biopower Market, China, Key Restraints

7.9.1. Need to improve transport infrastructure

7.9.2. Better waste collection and management practices needed to exploit MSW potential

8. Biopower Market, India

8.1. Biopower Market, India, Overview

8.2. Biopower Market, India, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

8.3. Biopower Market, India, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

8.4. Biopower Market, India, Generation, 2006–2030

8.5. Biopower Market, India, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

8.6. Biopower Market, India, Feedstock Analysis

8.7. Biopower Market, India, Major Plants

8.8. Biopower Market, India, Key Drivers

8.8.1. Abundant availability of biomass feedstock

8.8.2. The thriving sugar industry generated plenty of bagasse for cogeneration

8.8.3. Availability of degraded land for dedicated energy crops

8.9. Biopower Market, India, Key Restraints

8.9.1. The lack of a reliable feedstock supply chain restricts the technology’s optimal growth

8.9.2. Unavailability of profitable small biopower systems

8.9.3. Lack of agricultural mechanization

9. Biopower Market, Japan

9.1. Biopower Market, Japan, Overview

9.2. Biopower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

9.3. Biopower Market, Japan, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

9.4. Biopower Market, Japan, Generation, 2006–2030

9.5. Biopower Market, Japan, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

9.6. Biopower Market, Japan, Feedstock Analysis

9.7. Biopower Market, Japan, Major Plants

9.8. Biopower Market, Japan, Key Drivers

9.8.1. Post-Fukushima nuclear shutdown

9.8.2. Feed-in Tariffs for Biopower and other Renewable Power Plants

9.9. Biopower Market, Japan, Key Restraints

9.9.1. Large capacity allotment and insufficient feedstock

9.9.2. Rush in utility connection may leave contenders in deadlock

10. Biopower Market, Thailand

10.1. Biopower Market, Thailand, Overview

10.2. Biopower Market, Thailand, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

10.3. Biopower Market, Thailand, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

10.4. Biopower Market, Thailand, Generation, 2006–2030

10.5. Biopower Market, Thailand, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

10.6. Biopower Market, Thailand, Feedstock Analysis

10.7. Biopower Market, Thailand, Major Plants

10.8. Biopower Market, Thailand, Key Drivers

10.8.1. Abundant biomass feedstock availability

10.8.2. Individual Renewable Energy Targets for each Technology

10.8.3. Feed-in Tariffs with variable components for biomass and biogas plants

10.9. Biopower Market, Thailand, Key Restraints

10.9.1. MSW collection and transportation is not very organized

10.9.2. Export may hamper future capacity growth

11. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea

11.1. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Overview

11.2. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

11.3. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

11.4. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Generation, 2006–2030

11.5. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

11.6. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Feedstock Analysis

11.7. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Major Plants

11.8. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Key Drivers

11.8.1. Renewable Portfolio Standards

11.8.2. Mandatory use in Public Buildings

11.8.3. Tax Audit Exemption

11.9. Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Key Restraints

11.9.1. Feedstock Insufficiency and an Impending Scramble

11.9.2. Biomass price volatility and supply agreements

12. Biopower Market, Germany

12.1. Biopower Market, Germany, Overview

12.2. Biopower Market, Germany, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

12.3. Biopower Market, Germany, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

12.4. Biopower Market, Germany, Generation, 2006–2030

12.5. Biopower Market, Germany, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

12.6. Biopower Market, Germany, Feedstock Analysis

12.7. Biopower Market, Germany, Major Plants

12.8. Biopower Market, Germany, Key Drivers

12.8.1. Abundance of agricultural and forest waste ensures a reliable supply of feedstock

12.8.2. Financial support through Auctions

12.8.3. National Biomass Action Plan to support biopower growth

12.8.4. Efforts to increase the supply of biomass sustainably

12.9. Biopower Market, Germany, Key Restraints

12.9.1. Competition from Solar PV power

12.9.2. Mobilization and cascading use of biomass potential

13. Biopower Market, Sweden

13.1. Biopower Market, Sweden, Overview

13.2. Biopower Market, Sweden, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

13.3. Biopower Market, Sweden, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

13.4. Biopower Market, Sweden, Generation, 2006–2030

13.5. Biopower Market, Sweden, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

13.6. Biopower Market, Sweden, Feedstock Analysis

13.7. Biopower Market, Sweden, Major Plants

13.8. Biopower Market, Sweden, Key Drivers

13.8.1. Regulated forest resource harvesting

13.8.2. Long-term government support for biomass conversion R&D

13.8.3. Policy support and climate change mitigation

13.9. Biopower Market, Sweden, Key Restraints

13.9.1. Release of particulate material

13.9.2. Transmission network insufficiency

14. Biopower Market, Italy

14.1. Biopower Market, Italy, Overview

14.2. Biopower Market, Italy, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

14.3. Biopower Market, Italy, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

14.4. Biopower Market, Italy, Generation, 2006–2030

14.5. Biopower Market, Italy, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

14.6. Biopower Market, Italy, Feedstock Analysis

14.7. Biopower Market, Italy, Major Plants

14.8. Biopower Market, Italy, Key Drivers

14.8.1. Government support through the National Plan for Biomass and Biofuels

14.8.2. Auction mechanism to bid for incentives

14.8.3. Feed-in Tariffs for renewable power plants

14.9. Biopower Market, Italy, Key Restraints

14.9.1. Feedstock shortage and dependence on imports

14.9.2. Distributed agricultural sector

15. Biopower Market, Finland

15.1. Biopower Market, Finland, Overview

15.2. Biopower Market, Finland, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

15.3. Biopower Market, Finland, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

15.4. Biopower Market, Finland, Generation, 2006–2030

15.5. Biopower Market, Finland, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

15.6. Biopower Market, Finland, Feedstock Analysis

15.7. Biopower Market, Finland, Major Plants

15.8. Biopower Market, Finland, Key Drivers

15.8.1. Conversion of cogeneration plants

15.8.2. Extensive forest cover and residue generation

15.8.3. Government support through premium tariff

15.9. Biopower Market, Finland, Key Restraints

15.9.1. Transportation to be expensive

15.9.2. Lack of feedstock diversity

16. Biopower Market, UK

16.1. Biopower Market, UK, Overview

16.2. Biopower Market, UK, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

16.3. Biopower Market, UK, Cumulative Capacity by Feedstock

16.4. Biopower Market, UK, Generation, 2006–2030

16.5. Biopower Market, UK, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

16.6. Biopower Market, UK, Feedstock Analysis

16.7. Biopower Market, UK, Major Plants

16.8. Biopower Market, UK, Key Drivers

16.8.1. Contract for Difference (CfD) to drive large-scale PV installations in the future

16.8.2. Feed-in Tariffs for biogas plants

16.8.3. Bioenergy capital grants scheme

16.8.4. Bioenergy infrastructure scheme

16.9. Biopower Market, UK, Key Restraints

16.9.1. Lack of domestic biomass supply

16.9.2. Secession from the European Union and lack of strong long-term renewable energy policy

17. Appendix

17.1. Abbreviations

17.2. Bibliography

17.3. Market Definitions

17.4. Methodology

17.4.1. Coverage

17.4.2. Secondary Research

17.4.3. Primary Research

17.4.4. Modeling and Forecasting

17.5. Contact Us

17.6. Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Biopower Market, Global, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 2: Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region (GW), 2006–2030

Table 3: Biopower Market, Global, ...

Table 1: Biopower Market, Global, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 2: Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region (GW), 2006–2030

Table 3: Biopower Market, Global, Annual Capacity Addition by Region (GW), 2006–2030

Table 4: Biopower Market, Global, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 5: Biopower Market, US, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 6: Biopower Market, US, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 7: Biopower Market, US, Feedstock Analysis

Table 8: Biopower Market, US, Major Plants

Table 9: Biopower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 10: Biopower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity Share by Feedstock (%)

Table 11: Biopower Market, Brazil, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 12: Biopower Market, Brazil, Feedstock Analysis

Table 13: Biopower Market, Brazil, Major Plants

Table 14: Biopower Market, China, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 15: Biopower Market, China, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 16: Biopower Market, China, Feedstock Analysis

Table 17: Biopower Market, China, Major Plants

Table 18: Biopower Market, India, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 19: Biopower Market, India, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 20: Biopower Market, India, Feedstock Analysis

Table 21: Biopower Market, India, Major Plants

Table 22: Biopower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 23: Biopower Market, Japan, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 24: Biopower Market, Japan, Feedstock Analysis

Table 25: Biopower Market, Japan, Major Plants

Table 26: Biopower Market, Japan, Feed-in Tariffs, 2017

Table 27: Biopower Market, Thailand, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 28: Biopower Market, Thailand, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 29: Biopower Market, Thailand, Feedstock Analysis

Table 30: Biopower Market, Thailand, Major Plants

Table 31: Biopower Market, Thailand, Feed-in Tariffs

Table 32: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 33: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 34: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Feedstock Analysis

Table 35: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Major Plants

Table 36: Biopower Market, Germany, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 37: Biopower Market, Germany, Installed Capacity Share by Feedstock (%)

Table 38: Biopower Market, Germany, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 39: Biopower Market, Germany, Feedstock Analysis

Table 40: Biopower Market, Germany, Major Plants

Table 41: Biopower Market, Germany, Auctions, 2017–2018

Table 42: Biopower Market, Sweden, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 43: Biopower Market, Sweden, Installed Capacity Share by Feedstock (%)

Table 44: Biopower Market, Sweden, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 45: Biopower Market, Sweden, Feedstock Analysis

Table 46: Biopower Market, Sweden, Major Plants

Table 47: Biopower Market, Italy, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 48: Biopower Market, Italy, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 49: Biopower Market, Italy, Feedstock Analysis

Table 50: Biopower Market, Italy, Major Plants

Table 51: Biopower Market, Finland, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 52: Biopower Market, Finland, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 53: Biopower Market, Finland, Feedstock Analysis

Table 54: Biopower Market, Finland, Major Plants

Table 55: Biopower Market, Finland, Heat Bonus Eligibility

Table 56: Biopower Market, UK, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2030

Table 57: Biopower Market, UK, Installed Capacity Share by Feedstock (%)

Table 58: Biopower Market, UK, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Table 59: Biopower Market, UK, Feedstock Analysis

Table 60: Biopower Market, UK, Major Plants

Table 61: Biopower Market, UK, Feed-in Tariffs

Table 62: Abbreviations

List of Figures

Figure 1: Biopower Market, China, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 2: Biopower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 3: Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region, ...

Figure 1: Biopower Market, China, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 2: Biopower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 3: Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region, 2006–2030

Figure 4: Biopower Market, Global, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 5: Biopower Market, Global, Biomass Demand by Sector, 2030

Figure 6: Biopower Market, Global, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 7: Biopower Market, Global, Cumulative Capacity by Region, 2006–2030

Figure 8: Biopower Market, Global, Capacity Addition by Region, 2006–2030

Figure 9: Biopower Market, Global, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 10: Biopower Market, Global, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 11: Biopower Market, US, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 12: Biopower Market, US, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 13: Biopower Market, US, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2017

Figure 14: Biopower Market, US, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 15: Biopower Market, US, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 16: Biopower Market, US, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 17: Biopower Market, Brazil, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 18: Biopower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 19: Biopower Market, Brazil, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2006–2017

Figure 20: Biopower Market, Brazil, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 21: Biopower Market, Brazil, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 22: Biopower Market, Brazil, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 23: Biopower Market, China, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 24: Biopower Market, China, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 25: Biopower Market, China, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2017

Figure 26: Biopower Market, China, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 27: Biopower Market, China, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 28: Biopower Market, China, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 29: Biopower Market, India, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 30: Biopower Market, India, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 31: Biopower Market, India, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2017

Figure 32: Biopower Market, India, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 33: Biopower Market, India, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 34: Biopower Market, India, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 35: Biopower Market, Japan, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 36: Biopower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 37: Biopower Market, Japan, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2017

Figure 38: Biopower Market, Japan, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 39: Biopower Market, Japan, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 40: Biopower Market, Japan, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 41: Biopower Market, Thailand, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 42: Biopower Market, Thailand, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 43: Biopower Market, Thailand, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock (%), 2017

Figure 44: Biopower Market, Thailand, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 45: Biopower Market, Thailand, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 46: Biopower Market, Thailand, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 47: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 48: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 49: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2017

Figure 50: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 51: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 52: Biopower Market, Republic of Korea, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 53: Biopower Market, Germany, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 54: Biopower Market, Germany, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 55: Biopower Market, Germany, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2006–2017

Figure 56: Biopower Market, Germany, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 57: Biopower Market, Germany, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 58: Biopower Market, Germany, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 59: Biopower Market, Sweden, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 60: Biopower Market, Sweden, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 61: Biopower Market, Sweden, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2006–2017

Figure 62: Biopower Market, Sweden, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 63: Biopower Market, Sweden, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 64: Biopower Market, Sweden, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 65: Biopower Market, Italy, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 66: Biopower Market, Italy, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 67: Biopower Market, Italy, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2017

Figure 68: Biopower Market, Italy, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 69: Biopower Market, Italy, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 70: Biopower Market, Italy, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 71: Biopower Market, Finland, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 72: Biopower Market, Finland, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 73: Biopower Market, Finland, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2017

Figure 74: Biopower Market, Finland, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 75: Biopower Market, Finland, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 76: Biopower Market, Finland, Feedstock Analysis

Figure 77: Biopower Market, UK, Snapshot, 2018

Figure 78: Biopower Market, UK, Installed Capacity, 2006–2030

Figure 79: Biopower Market, UK, Cumulative Capacity Share by Feedstock, 2006–2017

Figure 80: Biopower Market, UK, Generation, 2006–2030

Figure 81: Biopower Market, UK, Average Cost and Market Size, 2010–2030

Figure 82: Biopower Market, UK, Feedstock Analysis

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